After first teaming up with Supreme and Vans, Bad Brains now worked directly with Vans on a small capsule collection. Coming Spring 2009, you will see a set of three sneakers - a Sk8 Hi, a Chukka and an Era. All three come in trademark colors of the hardcore punk band. The Chukka features an organic cotton upper. To complement the sneakers, they have also worked on a couple of collaborative t-shirts. Again there will be three t-shirts in the collection. One t-shirt features a vintage photo of the band, the other two feature cover-art from their first and very last albums. Images via Highsnobette.

The collection will be released in February 2009.

Have a detailed look at all pieces of the Vans x Bad Brains Spring 2009 Collection after the jump.

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